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Art Montemayor Oil Recovery November 24, 2001

Rev: 2(06/11/02)

Attachment 3
Storage Tank Pressure/Vacuum Equipment Specifications
TANK: T - 400 & T - 405

Conservation Vent
Pressure side set at in. W.C. Rated at in. W.C.
Required SCFH zero (if tank has Vent Valve and Emergency vent) or worst case
Selected Size SCFH (Note 2) each from catalog; total number Total 0
2 2
Vacuum Side set at 0.5 oz/in Vacuum, rated at oz/in
Required SCFH 10.235.595 Outflow Case
Selected Capacity SCFH (Note 2) each from catalog; total number Total 0

Emergency Pressure Relief, Note 1
Set at in. W.C. Rated at in. WC
Required SCFH 0 zero (if Con vent has capacity) or Worst case w/o Con Vent
Selected Size SCFH N. A. each from catalog; total number Total

Emergency Vacuum Relief
2
Set at oz/in Rated at in. WC
Required SCFH 424.375 zero (if Con vent has capacity) or Worst case w/o Con Vent
Selected Size SCFH N. A. each from catalog; total number Total

Selected Equipment: Tag Manufacturer Model Size, in Cv
Blanket Gas Regulator N. A. Fisher 1190 2 66,7
Nitrogen Valve N. A.
Conservation Vent N. A.
Emergency Vent N. A.
Emergency Vacuum N. A.

Notes:
1) A Fire hatch or Emergency Vent is not required since the open 12" vents on this tank have sufficient capacity
for the controlling case (vacuum) and this is sufficiently large for the worst pressure case also.

2) A Conservation vent (PVSV) is not recommended for these two crude oil storage tanks.
For technical calculations and process analysis determining the type and degree of tank pressure and vacuum
protection, refer to included worksheets "Condensing Vapor".

3) These tanks are designed taking into consideration the recommendations of API Standards 2000, 5th Ed.;
section 4.2.5.14, "Uninsulated Tanks"

Electronic FileName: Hot Crude Oil Storage
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